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Desert Experience: Camel Safari with Dinner and Emirati Activities from Dubai

From US$163.50
Highlights
  • Desert tour from Dubai with longer-than-usual camel ride and no dune bash 
  • Ride in a camel convoy to a desert camp in a royal retreat 
  • Included activities give you the full Arabian camp experience 
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Desert Experience: Camel Safari with Dinner and Emirati Activities from Dubai
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Desert Experience: Camel Safari with Dinner and Emirati Activities from Dubai
From US$163.50
Overview
Exploring Dubai’s desert on a DIY trip won’t give you the full-on Arabian camp experience. This excursion delivers it with a difference: incorporating a longer-than-usual camel ride, a falconry show, and activities like bread- and coffee-making demos, while giving the standard dune bash a miss. Ride a camel to a tented camp, enjoy the activities as you wish, and savor a 4-course dinner and dancing shows before returning to Dubai.
What to Expect
After pickup from your central Dubai hotel, travel into the desert by air-conditioned minivan. Meet your camel convoy and enjoy a 45-minute ride across the sands to a Bedouin-inspired camp set within a reserve owned by the UAE’s royal family.

Take in the atmosphere of the torch-lit compound, and as the sun sets, watch a falconry demonstration. Stroll into the dunes for sunset photos, and enjoy the activities on offer inside the Bedouin-style tent—getting a henna tattoo, sipping Arabic coffee, and watching bread- and coffee-making demonstrations.

Next, settle at a low table for a 4-course dinner of Emirati dishes served with soda and mineral water. See the Itinerary for a sample menu.

Afterward, opt to try a shisha (Arabic water pipe), and enjoy live dancing and music displays under the stars before your trip concludes with a hotel drop-off in Dubai.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Worth Every Penny!

Husband and I had an amazing time! Perfect experience for couples to have an adventure in the deserts of Dubai. The operation is top notch. Our guide was amazing and stayed with us the entire trip. The hospitality is wonderful. So much food and drink!...More

2  Thank Brent B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Fantastic

if you are planning a trip to the desert I wouldn't recommend anybody other than Platinum Heritage. Yes they are slightly more expensive than the other tour operators but there is a reason for that. This company provides an authentic experience with some wonderful luxurious...More

4  Thank NRHJLJ
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
These Guys Were Great...

We were not going to go on this trip but got talked into by my sister. We are now happy that we went. The camel ride was really fun, the falcon show was very informative and the food was varied and tasty. I can heartily...More

3  Thank Takarehi
Reviewed 2 days ago
Saeed was Great! Amazing experience in the Desert.

Saeed, a most excellent guide picked us up at our hotel and off we went to the desert. Driving through the dunes, seeing the wildlife and learning about their conservancy was enlightening. The falconry demonstration by Esme was wonderful. Then a camel ride to dinner...More

3  Thank r0bertday
Reviewed 3 days ago
Amazing

Can not recommend this company enough! Great service since the first minute. If you can get Tiago as your tour guide, you win the lottery! Very nice guy! Amazing day in Dubai desert, cant wait to be back and try the baloon tour next!

3  Thank May B
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adrianalat30
April 23, 2018|
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Response from Lesley B | Reviewed this property |
In my opinion, the camel part of the ride wouldn't be a problem. You would need to check with the tour operators regarding the jeep ride to the Bedouin camp and them back to the cars.is the best advice. I am not a medical... More
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adrianalat30
April 23, 2018|
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Response from Lesley B | Reviewed this property |
Personally, I don't think you would have a problem with the camel part of the tour. After the falconry display, there is a 4WD back to the Bedouin camp and then from the camp back to the transport. That is quite bumpy, so... More
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